Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $23.00
It took some time to find someone to check us in, but we were treated in a very friendly and helpful manner. We were led to a long, level, and grassy pull-through. Be careful of overhead trees. Our lot had a low branch for fifth wheels. The cable, 30 amp, and Verizon were all good. Showers were hot and very clean. There was no sewer or Wi-Fi signal on our lot. It is easy on and off the highway for a reasonable price. We would return. We camped at Grangers Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2011 - $23.00
Older campground off the interstate. Numerous full-timers, few sites for overnight guests. You may have to hunt for the campground manager. Level, grass pull-through sites, shaded or sunny, you choose. Side by side hook-ups (W/E-30amp) and cable TV. There was a frog in one of the ladies showers! We camped at Grangers Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Nice mom and pop park for an overnight, just off I-90 down the road from a KOA. For the price it is a good value. Cable TV, WI-FI, grassy spots, very friendly staff very willing to help. We camped at Grangers Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
This was an overnight stop for us. Very friendly staff. The campground is a very large mowed field with sites around on both sides of the dusty road. Basic TV with good WiFi. Easy to level. Handy location. Super local grocery store in Tomah called Burnstad's Market. We camped at Grangers Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2009 - $22.00
Grangers is a good place to stay a night or two if you want the basics. Registering was a challenge. The office was open only in the evenings. A camper suggested that we go to the machine shop next door for information. The secretary told us to find a site and setup. A majority of the sites were taken by long-term campers. We kept our door and windows closed because the roads were very dusty. The cable and wifi were excellent. We camped at Grangers Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
We found this campground in Trailer Life Directory and stayed here because it is about half the price of the KOA. We don't generally like KOA's because they are over priced and our experience is that they are not worth it. The ideal RV park for us is one with level, pull thru sites with full hookups including Wi-Fi and perhaps cable TV. We normally just stay a day or so and don't use the showers, rest rooms, pool, or other planned activities. Grangers is very nice with level, pull thru, grass sites. The Wi-Fi and cable TV worked fine and the only thing they don't have is 50 amp sites. Our site didn't have sewer, but that was no problem for us. I don't think we would stay here for a week, but it is fine for one or two nights. We camped at Grangers Campground in a Motorhome.